I guess I should have clarified - there are brewpubs that have the license to sell the beer they brew and in some states, if you were to brew for such a business, you could brew at their site with their equipment and they could sell the beer you made there. Again, it is a state by state thing. I am in Illinois, which just a few years back was crazy about imposing the prohibition on sharing homebrew outside of one's home, but after some lobbying, there are looser rules such that there are now places that can actually allow persons to brew for them (with them, technically, I guess) and then the business can sell the brews that are made in that process (which are then not considered homebrew, despite the small batch, one off nature of the process.)
Just know that the hoops mentioned are many and the licensing is something that somebody will have to go through and that process is not cheap. Distributing and labeling is a whole 'nother universe to the hoops...but good luck with your dream!